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Hey guys,

I have this video card and im thinking about getting this one. Keeping in mind that i play @1080p, would the jump in performance be worth the money?

thanks!

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you'll get a pretty good increase in performance so i say its worth it. you also get dx11 wich most new games will be using so go for it but remember the 560ti is only $30 more expensive. And if you prefer to stay AMD get the 6870 it performs better than the 560 non ti and can overtclock to 6950 speeds. price is also pretty much the same or even cheaper.

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you'll get a pretty good increase in performance so i say its worth it. you also get dx11 wich most new games will be using so go for it but remember the 560ti is only $30 more expensive. And if you prefer to stay AMD get the 6870 it performs better than the 560 non ti and can overtclock to 6950 speeds. price is also pretty much the same or even cheaper.

 

Thanks for the response.

 

I see, ima go check out the TIs and see what i can find.

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I'd stick with GTX 460 1GB or 2GB's for around $120 and get two of them for SLI. Still imo the best set-up price/performance.

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I have to agree Capi, SLI'd 1GB 460's are prob still the best bang for your buck. But, the OP's MSI mobo only has 1 PCIe slot, so he doesn't have that option :(

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